Alexis Brett had already resigned. He knew his life was already "doomed" to live among men. He didn't care but I missed a girl after the birth of their 10 children. What I didn't know is that fate had prepared a surprise.
This woman in the Uk, famous for having become the first woman from the country to give birth to ten children, has already between their arms to their first daughter. As account of "The Mirror", Alexis Brett, 39 years old, small Cameron puts the finishing touch of gold final to a family in which madness mark your day-to-day.
"we're on the moon," says the woman, who recognizes that she believed that her new pregnancy would bring him another child. "But when I found out it was a girl, my face was a poem. I was shocked, but delighted. Now that you are here with us, I feel something fantastic," says Alexis.
Residents in Scotland, this family is very known in United Kingdom. Now, little Cameron, who came into the world last August and lives with his ten brothers, whose ages range from 2 years to 17 .
"In general, behave very well with her, trying to keep silent so as not to wake her up. And they also want to pick it up and feed him. It's great," says the father, David, 44 years old.
According to the newspaper, the couple insists that you will not have any more children . Cameron close to this family, which also includes Campbell (age 17), Harrison (16), Corey (14), Lachlan (11), Brodie (9), Brahn (8), Hunter (6), Mack (5), Blake (3) and Rothagaidh (2).
"there will be No more. What I said last time, but this time I'm serious. I love my family as it is now," says Alexis.
For this couple, all their children are special. "If another guy had been in the way, I would not have bothered. We have been asked a lot if we had so many children because we expected that little girl to dodge. I can answer honestly 'no'" says the mother, who acknowledges that it had never been raised to have a large family . "Yes, now I love it," he says.
The woman recognizes that you feel weird "buying roses for the first time". But now they are getting used to the arrival of Cameron and will try to return to "normality" as soon as possible.
Alexis plans to return to his new job as instructor in fitness part-time in a few weeks. Your day -account of "The Mirror"- usually begins at 5.30 in the morning, an hour after David goes to work. She eats breakfast "quiet" and shower before the kids rise up to go to school and daycare. Then continue with their tasks. For example, puts 49 washers a week and sucks up the house seven times a day.
"it is Not easy with so many children, but I like everything clean and tidy. I can't stand the clutter," he says.Parkinson early
But not everything is happiness in this clan. The English newspaper reports that David , conductor of the train, was diagnosed six years ago with Parkinson's early-onset . Despite his daily battle, says: "There was another way. Always try to have time for each one of our boys. The medication helps with the symptoms, which fortunately are still mild".
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Just behind the main door of the five-bedroom home, there are stalls about 40 pairs of running shoes, as well as school shoes and boots of all sizes. All are stacked neatly on the shoe rack.
The family acknowledge that you have that buy at least three pairs of shoes every few weeks . "As children, their clothing doesn't last," says David.
Although they have a car of seven seater and a Range Rover of five, Alexis does not lead. So most of the weekend, David pulls out the older kids while Alexis stays home with the little ones. If you want to go somewhere as a family, the father makes a double journey.
"David and I, sometimes we look and we say: 'What have we done?'. But when children do something funny and make us laugh, makes it all worthwhile", concludes Alexis.
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